Topic: DBMH Quarterly Meeting MinutesTime: Oct 30, 2018 9:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)
Attendees:Kim ErlichMakenzie WesnerDawn MasonBrenda CassidyPam LuskKathy GaffneySallie PorterStephanie HosleyAlicia Theilen
I. Launch of our new DBMH logoNew DBMH logo will be posted on our site. You are free to use it for any official DMBH business. The first logo below is the plain DBMH SIG logo, and the second one is the combined DBMH SIG and NAPNAP parent organization logo:
II. Presentation of the newly-worded SIG awards (reviewing new wording and requirements and answering questions about the awards)The wording of the 2 SIG awards (SIG Advocacy Award and Outstanding Contribution to the SIG Award) has been clarified in hopes of generating more applicants. All criteria and also the rubric for how the applicants will be scored is also posted. These are posted here on our NAPNAP SIG site under "Award Applications." Applications open November 15th, and the deadline is December 15th. A suggestion was made that if only one applicant applies for an award, then that applicant's information is saved for the following year and resubmitted. Kim asked our SIG support staff person and was told that this is not an option; the award nomination/application would need to be re-submitted the following year.
III. Annual conference planning:
A. Social committee needed to plan our annual SIG social and any other activities we might want to do - if we have enough people, we could organize a SIG cemetery or other
walking tour or something similar if folks are interested (members would pay their own way but we'd get a group together and go together). Stephanie H. offered her assistance for the social committee. It was agreed to keep our SIG social on the same night as our SIG meeting which will be Wednesday, March 6th 2019. The SIG social will occur after our conference annual conference meeting.
B. SIG distribution of materials/resources to conference attendees? It is possible to distribute DBMH-related materials to all attendees upon registration (e.g., in conference bag?)...these could contain the new logo. Which materials might be of interest to the greater NAPNAP membership?
C. Supporting members who are presenting at conference:
1. DBMH Speed Session Speakers:
Implementing a Bully Victimization Screening Tool
Anticipatory Guidelines: Media & Suicide
Preparing Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder for Anesthesia or Sedation
Screening for Suicide in Primary Care
Inhale, Exhale: Five Minutes to Managing Children's Emotions
Assessing Adolescents with Autism Spectrum Disorder: Adapting the HEEADSSS Assessment for this Special Population
Tourette Syndrome and the 504 Plan
2. ACEs mini-track:
- Building a Trauma Informed Care Organization by Tamra Kehoe, RN, MN, CPNP, PMHS
- Screening for Social Determinants of Health in Pediatric Primary Care by Kimberly Joy Higginbotham, DNP, RN, APRN, CPNP, PMHS
- Children in Disasters: Building Resiliency by Stacia Hays, DNP, CPNP-PC, CCTC, CNE
- The role of the APRN in the Screening, Support and Evidence-based Treatment of Adverse Childhood Experiences (no author listed for this one-sorry)
3. Concurrent session speakers:
Angie Nash: Adolescents' journey from alcohol or drug misuse to substance use disorder: Practical pointers for prevention
Marion Donohoe & Allyson Neal: Intensive Workshop on Resiliency Skill-building to Mitigate the Impact of ACEs and Trauma
Linda Frye: Identifying and Caring for Victims of Trauma and Toxic Stress
Penelope Neal: Pediatric Anxiety Disorders: When to Worry About the Worrier
Pam Lusk: Integrating Mental Health into Pediatric Primary Care and School-Based Settings: Brief EvidenceBased Interventions that Work
Beth Heuer: Disruptive Behaviors from Toddlerhood Through Adolescence: Diagnostic and Treatment Approaches
...others we missed?
The next quarterly SIG meeting will be in January 2019.